Apple Chronicle 1992
Apple Chronicle 1992 CD-ROM, .DMG Format. Certain Macs produced around 1992, like the Centris 610, included with the bundled CDs one called the "Apple Chronicle," which contained some software demos and a HyperCard newsletter evangelizing Apple's new QuickTime technology, which at the time was pretty jaw-droppingly awesome. There were several hints in the content that the Chronicle was intended to be a periodic publication, but to my knowledge, only the one issue was ever produced. The "Editorial & Comics" section of the newsletter contained a short cartoon animated in MacroMind Director, which later became Macromedia Director and later still Adobe Director. The cartoon, titled "Mac 'n' Tish!," is completely uncredited on the CD with regards to animators and voice actors, except for the signature "Deigert" on the art frames. An advertisement elsewhere in the Chronicle for the company Media Design has the same characters from the cartoon making a sales pitch for the company's services, saying they are the ones who produced the animation.
Identifier AppleChronicle1992Creator Apple Computer, Inc.Mediatype softwarePublicdate 2012-10-28 11:30:21Addeddate 2012-10-28 11:30:21Identifier-access http://archive.org/details/AppleChronicle1992Identifier-ark ark:/13960/t6n02ds5sRepub_state 4Language English
March 9, 2015
Type of image?
I can't seem to extract the image either in Linux or Windows, and it seems to be a normal HFS image, not a HFS+ one.